TITLE

Graduate Texts in Mathematics

ISSN

0072-5285

ISSN ELECTRONIC

0072-5285

CATEGORY

Computer Science

DESCRIPTION

<b>Graduate Texts in Mathematics</b> bridge the gap between passive study and creative understanding, offering graduate-level introductions to advanced topics in mathematics. The volumes are carefully written as teaching aids and highlight characteristic features of the theory. Although these books are frequently used as textbooks in graduate courses, they are also suitable for individual study.<p></p> <p>?</p> <strong>Series Editors:</strong><br/><br/>Sheldon Axler, <em>San Francisco State University</em><br/>Kenneth Ribet, <em>University of California, Berkeley</em><br/><br/><br/><strong>Advisory Board:</strong><br/>Alejandro Adem, <em>University of British Columbia</em><br/>David Eisenbud, <em>University of California, Berkeley</em> & <em>MSRI</em><br/>Irene M. Gamba, <em>The University of Texas at Austin</em> <br/>J.F.Jardine, <em>University of Western Ontario</em> <br/>Jeffrey C. Lagarias, <em>University of Michigan</em> <br/>Ken Ono, <em>Emory University</em><br/>Jeremy Quastel, <em></em><i>University of Toronto</i><br/>Fadil Santosa, <em>University of Minnesota</em><br/>Barry Simon, <em>California Institute of Technology</em><div>Ravi Vakil, <i>Stanford University</i></div><div>Steven H. Weintraub, <i>Lehigh University</i></div>

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    4 sg:description <b>Graduate Texts in Mathematics</b> bridge the gap between passive study and creative understanding, offering graduate-level introductions to advanced topics in mathematics. The volumes are carefully written as teaching aids and highlight characteristic features of the theory. Although these books are frequently used as textbooks in graduate courses, they are also suitable for individual study.<p></p> <p>?</p> <strong>Series Editors:</strong><br/><br/>Sheldon Axler, <em>San Francisco State University</em><br/>Kenneth Ribet, <em>University of California, Berkeley</em><br/><br/><br/><strong>Advisory Board:</strong><br/>Alejandro Adem, <em>University of British Columbia</em><br/>David Eisenbud, <em>University of California, Berkeley</em> & <em>MSRI</em><br/>Irene M. Gamba, <em>The University of Texas at Austin</em> <br/>J.F.Jardine, <em>University of Western Ontario</em> <br/>Jeffrey C. Lagarias, <em>University of Michigan</em> <br/>Ken Ono, <em>Emory University</em><br/>Jeremy Quastel, <em></em><i>University of Toronto</i><br/>Fadil Santosa, <em>University of Minnesota</em><br/>Barry Simon, <em>California Institute of Technology</em><div>Ravi Vakil, <i>Stanford University</i></div><div>Steven H. Weintraub, <i>Lehigh University</i></div>
    5 Volumes published in this series will present material of current research interest to researchers and graduate students - in the form of either a monograph or an edited compendium of related articles. Each volume will provide a reasonable self-contained account of a topic, as well as a survey of the literature on the topic.
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